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I don't know about getting a banana-bottle, but ANY doll bottle will work with the chimp. Opening his mouth is what activates the sucking/drinking sensor. I purchased a cute "magic" (looks like milk is really disappearing) bottle from Dollar Tree for...you guessed it -- $1. After you feed the chimp, he will hiccup. If you pat his back, he burps. What a cute toy!
is this a doll that eats and (poops?)..the mouth is an upper hole and the lower hole should be a spot under the main body..if food particles are inside the dolls' body may need a tool like the old water pic flossing macine to clean it out..it is possible to redo a small garden sprayers tip/nozzle to accomodate cleanout of this doll..catch is to find some sort of presurized hose tip to put in the mouth cavity to clean out the body of residue..if that is what is happening..
"A pacifier (North American English), dummy (Britain and other Commonwealth countries), binky, or soother (in some countries) is a rubber, plastic, or silicone nipple given to an infant or other young child to suck upon. In its standard appearance it has a teat, mouth shield, and handle. The mouth shield and/or the handle is large enough to avoid the danger of the child choking on it or swallowing it." (Wikipedia)
We had the same problem a few months ago. We even bought another dummy, but it did not help. Then we found the solution by ourselves. My daughter took her baby born to her bath and we put her into the water. Then I pressed ******* the face for water to go inside through the eyes many times. After I did it a few times with a lot of water the doll start to close and open her eyes again with her dummy. I do not know for what reason but eyes start to stick inside. I believe it may be because of the food, or dust. Maybe not. However from my observations it happen when we did not bathe her for a long time. I hope it helps.
To fix this problem, you need to do the following: Use two small magnets and place them on the eyes. The eyes should open when you put the magnets over them, if not then slowly move the magnets around until the eyes are open. Lay the magnets down (with eyes open). Tape them in place if necessary. Leave them for 24 to 48 hours. When removed the eyes should be open. To prevent this from happening again, make sure the doll's eyes are dry before putting in the naptime pacifier.